Kliimakriis.

Training code AYC0381/1

Registration deadline

Credits 52 academic hours (contact study 25 hours, independent study 27 hours)

Price 45 EUR. The course is facilitated with assistance from the Ministry of Education and Science, and the fundamental expenses are covered by the ministry's support.

Document issued upon completion of training TLU certificate

Trainers Nadège Nzeyimana, TLU PhD student

Training Manager

Climate Crisis and Global Governance / Kliimakriis ja ülemaailmne juhtimine

School of Governance Law and Society

Open Academy

This is the course for you if you want to learn about climate change from a global perspective. The course will help you understand the complexity of climate change and its impact on different regions of the world. In addition, you will learn about existing legal and institutional initiatives in the field of climate change. English language skills at B2 level are required.

- 12:00 - 16:15

Training code AYC0381/1

Registration deadline

Credits 52 academic hours (contact study 25 hours, independent study 27 hours)

Price 45 EUR. The course is facilitated with assistance from the Ministry of Education and Science, and the fundamental expenses are covered by the ministry's support.

Document issued upon completion of training TLU certificate

Trainers Nadège Nzeyimana, TLU PhD student

Training Manager

Target group: High school students and vocational school students, young people taking a gap year.

Course schedule:

TIME   TOPIC TEACHER  ROOM
23.03.2024 12:00-16:15 Exploring the Climate Crisis: An Introduction. A comprehensive overview of the course, including assignments and technical details. An understanding of the climate crisis and the current situation around the world, exploring different regions. Nadège Nzeyimana A007
30.03.2024 12:00-16:15 Climate Governance Structures: Global, Regional, and National. Existing global institutions, events, and treaties related to climate change. Regional and national contributions to tackling climate change. Contribution of non-government institutions and youth groups, Nadège Nzeyimana M135
06.04.2024 12:00-16:15 Climate Change Impacts: Migration and Beyond. The effects of climate change on human mobility, security, and development. Disproportionality of climate change effects on different regions and people. Nadège Nzeyimana A007
13.04.2024 12:00-16:15 Responsibility, Response, and climate change denialism. Climate adaptation and mitigation strategies. The concept of loss and damage funds. Issue of climate denialism, skepticism, obstruction, and its implication Nadège Nzeyimana A007
04.05.2024 12:00-16:14 Anthropogenic Drivers of Climate Change and Potential Solutions: What Can We Do? Relationship between human activity and climate change. Potential solutions to climate change and how we can contribute. How do we feel about climate change stories? Nadège Nzeyimana A007

Course coordinator: Kaia Ljaš, kaia.ljash@tlu.ee, 6409369

Course lecturer:

 

Learning outcomes:

  • Understands the impact of human activities on the environment in the Anthropocene era.
  • Knows the global governance structures, such as the institutions and existing treaties to combat the climate crisis.
  • Understands the disproportionate effects of climate change on regions and communities and the complexity of climate change,
  • Knows the climate change compensation structure and the effects of climate change, such as climate migration.
  • Analyzes news and information on climate change governance.